Our Team

Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Neighbourhood Veterinary Hospital in Kamloops! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Dr. Megan Broschak

Dr. Megan Broschak graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and completed her final clinical year at Michigan State University. Her pre-veterinary studies included a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph in Ontario. Dr. Broschak has special interests in rehabilitation, soft tissue-surgery, diagnostic ultrasound and internal medicine. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Broschak enjoys travelling, mountain biking, backcountry hiking, swimming, snowboarding, and exploring our beautiful province!

Dr. Adrian Helmers

Dr. Adrian Helmers graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland, after having completed her Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from the University of Guelph in Ontario. Her special veterinary interests include dermatology, cardiology, emergency medicine, senior pet care, dentistry, and exotic animal medicine and surgery. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, furry and otherwise, in the great outdoors.

Dr. Megan Broschak

Dr. Megan Broschak graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts and completed her final clinical year at Michigan State University. Her pre-veterinary studies included a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph in Ontario. Dr. Broschak has special interests in rehabilitation, soft tissue-surgery, diagnostic ultrasound and internal medicine. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Broschak enjoys travelling, mountain biking, backcountry hiking, swimming, snowboarding and exploring our beautiful province!

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Dr. Adrian Helmers

Dr. Adrian Helmers graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland, after having completed her Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from the University of Guelph in Ontario. Her special veterinary interests include dermatology, cardiology, emergency medicine, senior pet care, dentistry, and exotic animal medicine and surgery. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, furry and otherwise, in the great outdoors.

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Linda

Linda was born and raised in a small town in the Fraser Valley. She grew up on a small dairy farm her parents owned, which helped her discover that she wanted to pursue a career in animal health. She graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at Thompson Rivers University in 2014, and has since permanently moved to Kamloops and worked as an RVT. Her interests in the veterinary clinic include rehabilitation and critical care. At home, she has an elderly Himalayan cat, Bilbo, and a young Border Collie mix, Janeway. Outside of work, Linda is kept busy making memories with her partner, young daughter and fur-children.

Terra

Terra worked previously with both of these amazing veterinarians, and is very happy to join them on the adventure of this new clinic. The focus of this practice aligns perfectly with her passions: animal care, family and community. After high school in Kamloops, Terra graduated from the Animal Health Technician program at Fairview College. She has been a practising registered AHT going on 20 years now! She worked a bit in the lower mainland, and spent a year in Australia (with time spent volunteering at the Crocodile Hunter’s Queensland zoo), but she always planned on settling in her hometown of Kamloops.

Most of her time outside of work is spent focused on her two amazing kids. Of course, they also have pets at home: currently two cats, Maui & Freckle. They’ve had many animals over the years, including some temporary ones while fostering for the SPCA and dog sitting.

She is also involved in community service, and has volunteered as leader with the Westsyde Girl Guiding units for the past 4 years. She is always looking for new ways to get involved in the community, and is happy that this will be a focus of this practice.

Sara

Sara graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at Thompson Rivers University in 2015 and has worked in Kamloops since as an RVT. She grew up in the Fraser Valley, but after attending university here decided to stay. Her interests in the veterinary clinic include, but are not limited to, surgery and anesthesia. She has two rescue cats, Boeing and Mr. Tutt, and a young Scottish Terrier mix, Cedric. Sara is kept busy outside of work exploring the outdoors with Cedric.

Ashley

Ashley moved to Kamloops from Vancouver in 2015, and has never looked back! She graduated from T.R.U.’s Animal Health Technology program in 2017, which is also where she adopted her two lovely kitties from. Her favourite part about work is getting to see families reunited with their beloved companions, which she finds incredibly rewarding! When not at work, Ashley loves reading and exploring the many hiking trails in Kamloops and the surrounding areas!

Robyn

Robyn is from Port Hardy, a small fishing town on the northern tip of Vancouver Island. She left to attend the T.R.U. Animal Health Technology program and graduated with honours in 2018. Her favourite part of veterinary medicine is canine rehabilitation and all the weird and wonderful things that can arise from fun surgical cases. She has a 2-year-old tortoiseshell cat named Penny and shares a love for all bully breed dogs. Her interests include hiking, snowboarding, crafting, enjoying all things outdoors and a good dad joke.

Amanda

Amanda is a fresh Kamloops citizen! She recently moved from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where she has spent most of her life (apart from backpacking experiences and seasonal visits to other areas of the world). Amanda graduated in April 2020 from the University of Saskatchewan with a degree in Anthropology, with a specific interest in Medical Anthropology.

B.C. has been the place Amanda always wanted to permanently live following her experience of living in Nelson for a ski season. Kamloops won her heart with all of the opportunities to do what she loves most outside of work; mountain biking, rock climbing and snowboarding to name a few! At home, Amanda has an elderly cat named Callie, who still acts like a kitten and keeps her on her toes.

Claire

Claire works part-time as one of NVH’s receptionists. She is currently enrolled as a nursing student at Thompson Rivers University. Her favorite part about working in a veterinary clinic is greeting all your pets with a treat and making sure that they have a positive experience during their visit. When she is not working, or at school, Claire is spending time with her 3 dogs and 2 cats. She has a Chihuahua named Sophie, a Pomeranian named Gia and a Bull Terrier mix named Mali. Her two kitties are Harbour and Bug. Her favourite dog breed is a Great Dane ever since she had her dog Ozzie. Because of him, she fell in love with the breed. Claire’s hobbies include fostering for local pet rescues and attending spin classes at KSPIN cycling studio in downtown Kamloops.